Ok, I know it’s a stereotype that women hate it when men leave the toilet seat up. But I don’t have that problem. My problem is that my husband doesn’t always put the toilet seat up before peeing. Meaning I will at times, like I did today, sit down on the toilet at 6am on a gross, wet, peed-on seat.
A little bit about my husband: he grew up with three brothers. So I imagine that all three other brothers pee with the toilet seat up, and therefore, my own husband never experienced 6am-wetass.
Empathy: “a deep emotional understanding of another’s feelings or problems.” Um yeah, clearly that is what was needed. So to aid my husband in gaining a little empathy for this pee-on-the-seat problem (and to stop myself from throttling him), this is what I did:
Step 1: Get a Spray Bottle and Fill it With Water
Step 2: Lightly Spray Toilet Seat
Step 3: Remove Light Bulb(s) In Bathroom
Now, for this to work, it does take some planning because you want to do all this for when he uses the bathroom to take a dump and not to pee. Fortunately, my husband is a creature of habit, so this part was easy.
Here’s the result. Don’t worry, I didn’t film him pooping, because that would be REALLY gross.
Bonus: Blogging about it and posting it on Facebook.